Erasmus Mundus in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy
The ME3+ programme is an integrated and innovative programme combining Energy and Environmental Process Engineering together with Management and Social Sciences, and integrating the information and communication technology (ICT) for a 2-years full programme (120 ECTS).
The program is delivered by 5 European partner universities and aims to develop strong knowledge within one of these 3 possible study tracks:
Renewable energy integration
Resource recovery for the circular economy
Smart cities and industry 4.0.
If you choose the track "Resource recovery for the circular economy" you will spend your third semester in Sweden at the University of Borås, and study together with students at the Master programme in Resource Recovery - Sustainable Energy Processes. You will also do a Master thesis within the field of resource recovery and get a double MSc degree, one with a major in Resource Recovery - specialisation Energy Technology from the University of Borås and the other in Process and Bioprocess Engineering track Project Management for Environmental and Energy Engineering (MSc PBPE /PM3E) from IMT Atlantique.
The ME3+ is offered to students who have the highest potential for graduate studies. To enter the programme, candidates must have either a Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering or a recognised equivalent diploma from an accredited institution (minimum 3 years full time study) in a scientific or technical discipline.
Universities involved within the ME3+
IMT Atlantique, coordinator
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
University of Trento
University of Borås
Programme and research in Resouce Recovery at the University of Borås
Swedish Centre for Resource Recovery (SCRR), at the Univesrity of Borås, is conducting world leading Research, Education and Innovation to significantly reduce the global fossil fuel consumption and approach sustainable society. We identify new and improved methods to convert residuals into different kind of value-added materials and energy. Innovations that result from our activities will help to reduce greenhouse gas effects and other environmental challenges, while creating circular economy.
The research at the University of Borås is carried out in several equipped laboratories
All the researchers, postdocs, PhD, MSc and BSc students use the equipment in their theses and project works.
However, changes are possible, especially in case of a restart of the pandemia.